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China wrestles with growing spam problem

China wrestles with growing spam problem

A July 2003 survey found that on average 55 percent of the e-mail received by Chinese Internet users was spam, according to a presentation delivered by Li Yuxiao, director of the anti-spam coordination team at the Internet Society of China, at an APCAUCE conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, earlier this year. By January, this year that figure had risen to almost 58 percent.

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Hi Andrew, this is a thread on your recycledspam sub-blog. Just wanted to let you know the previous comment on this post (http://tallskinnykiwi.typepad.com/recycledspam/2004/05/china_wrestles_.html) is, ironically, comment spam.

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